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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Sun 12 Mar 2017, 10:39 pm
Great listening.....thanks to you for the entertaining style
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Mon 13 Mar 2017, 12:10 am
Colin if you ever wanna chat about Bonnie and co. then I am game....
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Mon 13 Mar 2017, 12:30 am
Anytime Bart.....as long as we can accomodate the time difference between the UK and Oz. LOL
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Mon 13 Mar 2017, 4:47 am
Ok m8, sounds like a doer, gimme a few months.
I need to read up on your stuff a tad more and after I yapped with Greg yer next Smile
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Fri 07 Apr 2017, 3:31 pm
Wow thanks guys!

This was 6 stitched together segments, Rob Clark did a great job editing them together.
Love putting words to the microphone it has an effect on the listener, the real questions just need answered and hope we did it concerning rapid transit in Dallas on a Friday afternoon.

Cheers, Ed
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Sat 13 May 2017, 2:37 pm
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Sat 13 May 2017, 2:39 pm
Goes along with this report;

FIRST REPORTS OUT OF DALLAS TAKEN FROM THE FORT WORTH STAR TELEGRAM, =11/24/63 A paraffin test showed positive results on both the hands and =cheek of the 24-year-old ex-Marine. This, officers said, showed that the =man had fired a gun, probably a rifle. Joe Rodriguez Molina, a co-worker =of Oswald's, was given a lie detector test and was being questioned. His =home was also searched. As evidence mounted Saturday night, information =from a Dallas couple placed Oswald at the intersection of the building =used by the assassin a short time after the fatal shots were fired. Leon =Stanfield and his wife, Diane, who had heard an early radio report of =the shooting, told police they stopped their car for a red light at the =intersection and asked a young man they later identified as Oswald: "Is =the President dead?" Mrs. Stanfield said the man replied, "No, he's =going to wait and let us hang him." Oswald was on the Federal Bureau of =Investigation's list as a suspected subversive. Police here said the FBI =knew Oswald was in Dallas working in a building that fronted the =President's motorcade route. A spokesman for the FBI in Washington, =however, denied Saturday that the FBI had questioned Oswald or had him =under surveillance at any time in recent months.
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Tue 27 Feb 2018, 5:44 am


By Stan Dane.

No doubt from a different thread but it sure as hell belongs in here too.
Call it a subliminal bump Wink
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Tue 27 Feb 2018, 2:46 pm
Nice, Thanks Stan n Bart

Cheers, Ed
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Wed 28 Mar 2018, 9:48 am


There appear to be a few light creases, one can be seen on the front btw.
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Wed 28 Mar 2018, 3:01 pm
Of course without the booklet this came from we dont know the condition of the transfers in said booklet.
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Wed 28 Mar 2018, 6:19 pm
Plus as you said, it could have been creased by anyone.
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Fri 20 Apr 2018, 7:32 am
Damn this is amazing....great work Ed and company.
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Fri 20 Apr 2018, 4:22 pm
Mahalo BC_II !

We ran the wheels off the Bus and Cab conflation. 

The Bledsoe/Germany' part in this is an amazing story itself.
http://reopenkennedycase.forumotion.net/t1247-what-strange-affidavits-these-are

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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Fri 15 Jun 2018, 3:00 am
The day Kennedy Was Killed by Jim Bishop.

It is doubtful that Earlene Roberts ever knew a great joy. She was fat and unpretty and middle-aged, a housekeeper who wheezed when she walked. Even the small pleasures—a gumdrop—were denied to her because she had diabetes. She wore oversized house dresses and spent a great deal of time alone in the little house at 1026 North Beckley, in the Oak Cliff section of Dallas. If she lifted a curtain from the front window, she saw a few struggling shrubs and a sign: “Bedroom for Rent.” If this was not enough, Mrs. Roberts could look diagonally across the street at the filling station. 
She maintained the little house for Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Johnson. They had a small restaurant which kept them busy all day, so Earlene took care of the dusting and cleaning and counted the towels and face cloths the roomers turned in. Mr. Johnson seldom had much to say. He worked hard and kept his mouth shut. “Mizz” Johnson was alert and in her middle years and could look through a person if she had a mind to. The roomers were mostly men who worked for a while in Dallas; then, one at a time, they dropped off and new ones saw the sign on the lawn. It was exactly 1 P.M. when Earlene Roberts heard the phone, and she got herself up from a chair by degrees and went to it. There was a girlfriend on the other end. “Roberts,” the voice said with the pretentious tone of one who has a secret, “President Kennedy has been shot.” The housekeeper was never short of words. She had lots of them if there was only someone around to use them on. And yet all she said was: “Oh, no.” The woman said: “Turn on your television set.” To Earlene Roberts nothing bad could happen to the mighty. “Are you trying to pull my leg?” she said. Her friend had no patience. “Go turn it on,” she said and hung up. The legs were slow, and Earlene had to walk around the curving couch in the living room, because the furniture was grouped around the square opaque eye of the television set. She turned it on and backed up to sit and then, when the sound came, it was all a babble of excitement as though too many people were talking at the same time. She stepped forward to adjust the volume and the front door swung open and one of the boarders came in. She seldom saw one in the middle of the day, and she never saw this one in such a hurry. His name was Mr. O. H. Lee and sometimes she said hello and he said nothing. She backed up to the couch and glanced at him and said: “Oh, you are in a hurry.” Mr. Lee didn’t look at her. He strode swiftly across the living room area to the left, where he had a small room. The picture came on the set and the camera kept switching from a hospital to people who were babbling about what they saw, and a young woman and a baby got on and Earlene could see that the woman was excited as she told about shots and where she had been standing and how awful it was. The roomer had double doors leading into what once must have been an alcove. He opened one and disappeared inside. The space was five feet by twelve, and an iron bedstead occupied most of it. The walls were pale green. Four windows adjoined each other. They were screened by Venetian blinds and lace curtains. The bed had a chenille spread. One window held an air conditioner; the floor had space for a small
heater. There was a pole for hanging clothes, but the roomer didn’t have much apparel. He yanked a white zipper jacket from the pole and put it on over his work shirt. On the wall was a solitary naked electric bulb. A fresh towel was lying on a chifforobe. He took his revolver and jammed it down inside the belt of his trousers. It was a .38 caliber snub-nosed weapon, seven and a quarter inches from barrel to butt. He thrust a few extra shells into his pocket. He came out of the tiny room and closed the door. Mrs. Roberts looked up from the television and might have spoken, might have communicated a fragment of the mass shock radiating out of Dallas, but, as Earlene thought, Mr. O. H. Lee “zipped” out the front door. She had never seen this particular boarder move so fast, so, a moment or two later, she got up, walked to the front window and drew the curtain back. There he was, down on the corner where Beckley, Ballard, and Elsbeth meet, standing at the bus stop. Mrs. Roberts was inquisitive, but the shooting of the President was much more exciting than watching Lee, so she returned to the set. She kept thinking that she never saw him come in and go out so fast.
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Fri 15 Jun 2018, 8:24 am
Ok but wait Bart, it is the contention of some astute researchers here that LHO in Beckley was a farce, correct? Could this also mean that this event (LHO going to Beckley to retrieve a revolver and jacket) is false as well? I'm just trying to be clear as I read and analyze what we have commonly seen in print and audio for many years.
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Fri 15 Jun 2018, 11:38 am
I have to say it again Ed,

this is one of the greatest threads going. Amazing detective work.
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Fri 15 Jun 2018, 1:22 pm
The renter ran in got a jacket.
Left in a hurry, stood at a bus stop, took bus downtown to see the excitement. Renter must have been in a hurry to catch the next bus to town, needed jacket as it would be late, or cold by time renter returns. (Lee has no such jacket on TSBD steps or at theater.)
☆Renter was H.Lee in Room O.
O H.Lee was written down by landlady as to that rooms occupant.
I would have liked to chat with Herbert about that day. What he did when he got back and his room had been ransacked by cops and reporters.
They left a Mexican ashtray and a banana peel for him to start over. He would as a cop in Louisiana, sure... doesnt every floor layer and house painter in Dallas do that.
Did he ever visit the stores across Beckley.
Did he go out drinking with other renters.
Did he play the Dallas County Fair?
I wonder if the same bus Herbert caught downtown picked up Lee at the stop on Elm and Houston, in front of the Daltex. Nah, aprox time is 12:45 Lee gets stopped asked for name, shows Library card, is let loose, caught Beckley bus at corner, rides to Jefferson, exits bus and walks to Texas Theater and enters between 1:00 and 1:07 buys ticket, gets popcorn, watched the Audie Murphy into then few minutes of film War is Hell which started at 1:20
If you got off work at 12:45 and had read a newspaper recently you would take in a show.



Seems logical.
Since he did not shoot anyone.
See a double feature, like a couple dozen others.
His only crime was being a known individual and being pointed out by someone anonymous.

Gotta love Dallas Tx '63

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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Sat 16 Jun 2018, 2:58 am
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There appear to be a few light creases, one can be seen on the front

Thx Bart, it may have been folded. But flattened out, almost ironed. 

Reasons to fold up transfers,
1. Easier to hide in a palm and place on a suspect... then later claim to find in shirt pocket... Which pocket is unknown as the finder doesn't recall, or does not have a memory of which pocket.

and that's about it. 

I sense some may say but I fold up lil slips of paper all the time and put them in my pocket or wallet. 
Sure you do. But...
The creases or folds do not help the case for it not being found upon multiple searches.
An folded up piece of paper creates folds. These folds make it into an accordion.

I will post my scientific findings, folding the same ticket, placing in shirt, wearing the shirt on a trip, (Alternate: take ticket out replace in another shirt) wear shirt to movie, throw popcorn on biggest guy there, get ass kicked and thrown out of theater by six patrons. That outta be similar enough... add a few hours of being grabbed, pulled, pushed, and molested by police, yet no one finds the paper accordion and five live bullets till just before a line-up (showup). 
Only in Texas '63
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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Sat 16 Jun 2018, 3:14 am


First I took an exactly same sized and manufactures transfer.
I then examined the folds on the Sims transfer and replicated the placement on mine.
Here are the folds and how they are duplicated.
Note the folds do not allow for an equally spaced arrangement/s.




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Re: Dallas Transit Transfer

on Sat 16 Jun 2018, 3:25 am




The triangular fold and upward fold at RAMONA are made by folding under the RAMONA run and folding the ear.
Under these folds are two more that do not allow for folding over but are just folds which add bulk to the accordion.
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on Sat 16 Jun 2018, 3:39 am


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